A child’s naming ceremony give the parents an opportunity to welcome and celebrate with family and friends their child into the family. The ceremony provides opportunities for the parents to state their love and commitment to the child, acknowledge the role of family and friends in the child’s growth and development and to declare hopes and aspirations for the child’s future. The naming ceremony when performed by a celebrant in a non-religious ceremony.
A funeral is an opportunity to say goodbye to a loved one. Funerals offer the living a moment to accept and understand the cycle and nature of life, and to reflect on the leaning of life and death. Funerals are a tool for family, friends and the community to provide support for each other during periods of grief.
A commitment ceremony is the spoken public declaration by two individuals who plan to enter into a lifelong commitment and love each other. The event can be private or shared with family and friends.
A vow renewal is the opportunity for a couple to renew the vows they made to each other when they were first married. It is a commemoration and celebration of the love that has grown between a couple.
Both ceremonies tell the story so far… highlighting your best memories and set the narrative for your future together.